Josh Scheinert & Kevin Mwachiro: On Activism and Storytelling

Josh Scheinert’s new novel, The Order of Nature, is set in the West African nation of the Gambia, where homosexual activity (an act “against the order of nature”) is against the law and carries 14 years imprisonment, the novel follows the secret relationship between Andrew, an American, and Thomas, a Gambian, as they strive to avoid detect...

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Book Review: The Order of Nature by Josh Scheinert

The Order of Nature is a story about a green-eyed American man who accepted a teaching placement in the Gambia right out of college, thrusting him out of his middle-class life of privilege into a world he quite was not prepared for.

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Totally Sort Of Podcast review (Audio)

Darren goes into seclusion to read The Order of Nature.

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MissSassyKassie BookTube review (Video)

Kassie make videos on YouTube about all the feels fictional characters gives her. In this episode, she features her review on "The Order of Nature".

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Merphy Napier BookTube review (Video)

Merphy Napier discusses the importance behind the novel "The Order of Nature", praising its ability to give the reader a picture of how laws from underdeveloped countries are severely different from developed countries, specifically over the abusive nature of sexual identity.

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Bald Book Geek BookTube review (Video)

Bald Book Geek reviews Josh Scheinert's new book The Order of Nature.

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Josh Scheinert on writing about LGBT Rights in The Gambia and ‘The Order of Nature’

LGBT Rights in Gambia have been a hot topic as the former administration was very vocal about their position against it; as same sex relations are illegal. Josh Scheinert is a lawyer and author who spent time in Gambia as a lecturer from 2010 to 2011. His recent book “The Order of Nature” was released last year and is a gay love story set in ...

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The Point: Jammeh used LGBTQ as political scapegoat

Gambia’s former President Yahya Jammeh has chosen anti-LGBT vitriol as a political scapegoat, argues a U.S. author who lived in The Gambia as a law professor at the University of The Gambia in 2010-2011. (LGBT stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender; Q for questioning when one is not sure of orientation).

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Interview with Boy Blue Magazine

How many people engage with the world outside the west is one of DETACHEd stats that we 'sad react' to, but author Josh Scheinert sees differently.

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Freedom Newspaper (Gambia): Against the order of Nature

The publication of a new book, Against the Order of Nature, which chronicles the travails of a homosexual couple shines light on laws against homosexuality in the West African country of The Gambia.

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